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Quote: Originally Posted by SashaBreeze I would caution against taking the shots unless absolutely medically necessary. My son being on GHT is not a MEDICAL NECESSITY at this time. However, if he does not get something, the emotional/mental aspect of what he has been/is/will go through could potentially cause him to be in need of psychiatric care. Also, he *will* need other hormones in his body to put him into puberty. DR said he would...
No! It never ends, not in my house at least!
Another cutter here. I began cutting when I was 12ish after I was sexually assaulted and my mother told me I was a whore for it. For me, it was a way to control, it was something that *I* could do and absolutely NO ONE could tell me how the hell to do it. I would cut every inch of my body, even my face. I would carve words (help me, no fear, F/U, eat me, etc) in my arms/legs. The biggest misconception about cutters is that we DO NOT attempt suicide. It is...
Thank you Ladies!!! Nextcommercial, that is sad. I am kinda wishing I *had* this option years ago for him. I have watched the heartache and emotional turmoil my son has gone through in the past 5 years. My son is in the -1 % for his weight and just under the 3% for his height. We have put this off for many years. I *knew* by 10 that he was not growing properly.. but wanted to give his body the 'chance' to take off. Well, after 5 bone age scans and now...
I have to run out for a bit, but wanted to post this before leaving in hope that upon my return I find many replies. Just returned from the Endocrinologist with my 15yr old son. He has GHD & they want to put him on GHT, One shot-EVERY SINGLE DAY for at least the next 4-5 years... Any sort of feedback is appreciated please. The good/bad/success/ugly/etc, all of it! In the event that I have mis-categorized my thread, please accept my apology now.
Quote: Originally Posted by Peppermint Poppies Is it shirring around the bodice? I've always wanted to try doing that. Thank you everyone... Yes, shirring around the bodice and also the sleeves (that is what is giving them the ruffle look )
Quote: Originally Posted by ms.shell patchwork is tons of fun. While I was creating this yesterday I swore (many times) off ever making any sort of patchwork again... However, I do love other ppls work and want to do more.
Thank you!!!
Feeling all creative & stuff here recently.. Plan to make the tot (2yr old) a similar dress, just not as long. My 5yr old INSISTED on this dress going to her ankles because it is "more like a party dress when it is long", Front of dress: http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d1...ewdress010.jpg Back of dress: http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d1...ewdress015.jpg http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d1...ewdress016.jpg Her posing of course, love this photo!!!...
I had many fabric pieces, from a fabric sample book. So I ripped them all out (3 books) and started sewing them together. My intentions were to make a patchwork skirt... well, after sewing & sewing & SEWING I ended up with..... http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d1...blanketq-1.jpg So I decided to back it with some fleece that I had also... ended up with a blanket.. this is laying on my mothers King size...
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